Or­der Air­port Din­ing On the Go

Business Traveler (USA) - - LIFESTYLE NEWS -

HMSHost and Grab have part­nered to ex­pand the avail­abil­ity of mo­bile food and bev­er­age or­der­ing at HMSHost restau­rants at over 80 air­ports across North Amer­ica. The pair­ing in­te­grates HMSHost’s tech­nol­ogy and tools with the Grab mo­bile app to let trav­el­ers or­der food from menus at many of the 300 brands and 2,000 restau­rant lo­ca­tions that HMSHost op­er­ates. Cur­rently, Grab of­fers mo­bile or­der­ing at over 110 restau­rants lo­cated in 15 air­ports na­tion­wide.

“This is a huge step to­wards in­creas­ing the con­ve­nience of din­ing for trav­el­ers,” says Jeff Yablun, HMSHost ex­ec­u­tive vice pres­i­dent and chief com­mer­cial of­fi­cer.“Through this part­ner­ship we are com­bin­ing the broad reach of HMSHost’s air­port din­ing of­fer­ings with Grab’s ris­ing mo­bile or­der­ing plat­form to en­hance the ex­pe­ri­ence for the large base of trav­el­ers.”

Visit hmshost.com or grab­mo­bileapp. com to learn more. While maps on mo­bile de­vices may help trav­el­ers solve the prob­lem of find­ing an ap­pro­pri­ate run­ning path in a new city, there are al­ways chal­lenges. Res­i­dence Inn and Un­der Ar­mour have de­vel­oped cu­rated two-mile or longer routes for guests to use from each of Res­i­dence Inn’s 700 prop­er­ties in nine coun­tries.

Un­der Ar­mour’s Map My Fit­ness app can be down­loaded on both iOS and An­driod de­vices. The app gives run­ners routes through cities – and even if you’re not a run­ner – it will take you on some great walks. In New York City for ex­am­ple the route takes you from One World Trade Cen­ter and the 9/11 Me­mo­rial & Mu­seum over to the Alexan­der Hamil­ton US Cus­tom House in Bat­tery Park.

Visit res­i­den­ceinn.mar­riott. com for de­tails.

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